March 01, 2009

Well that just sucks.

That’s what I said this morning upon seeing 335 on the scale. I don’t know what happened.
2 days ago I was at 332. Then mysteriously I packed on 3 lbs. I know it’s not fat. It’s water or waste or hell, could even be my new sexy muscles (Thanks Jillian). It’s disappointing, but I won’t use it as an excuse to stop exercising or eating more “cause I’ll be fat forever anyway”. I’m sure they’ll vanish as quickly as they showed up. That’s what I’m telling myself. Staying positive here. Looks like this plateau feller wants a fight, and a fight is what he shall get!


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  2. Hi, just wanted to say HI, I saw ur post on Escape from Obesity, and WOW, I find so much comfort in knowing there are others like me, who are anxious a lot and have been depressed. I've also gained weight from anxiety, but MAN, I am so relieved to finally see there really are ppl like me w/ agorophobia. I just leave my dorm to get food or go to school (i live in a dorm). Gosh, thank you, thank you, thank you. Congrats on taking care of yourself. YAY! And cool that u got a Wii. So fun. I too onlyhave family, NO friends, for 4.5 years.

    With a thank you and a hello,
    Cindy in CA,

  3. Odd, this...but I am another Cindy in CA who just read your post in the same place, and I also have agoraphobia (the only place I go is to work and have to call in sick a lot because of anxiety) and I weigh...well I'm not sure anymore. I stopped weighing myself. But in the 300s. Also, me too with the depression and anxiety. I have one friend who I never see and can't count on for comfort, and am 3,000 miles away from any family.

    Anyway, blah blah blah. Just wanted to let you know you're not alone, you've got two Cindys now, and probably many more people to come.

    Best of luck to you.

  4. Your right! It is not will be gone in no time!

  5. Keep fighting, girl! The scale lies from time to time! I'm sure you'll see a loss soon!

  6. Hey there Blue!

    I was so glad to get your post on my blog (and am glad some new friends are coming over to say hi to you!) I hope you'll stay in touch. We can all support one another. You seem like a genuinely caring person, and I want you to know I care back.

    Strut those sexy new muscles, and keep on working towards your goal. YOU WILL get there!